DIY Starbucks Bottle Dispenser for Soap, Lotion or Syrup
You've probably already seen our mason jar soap dispenser, and even that didn't require much explaining.
These Starbucks bottles/jars can be put to good use, just as the mason jars can.
First, you're going to need a soap pump from an old soap bottle. You'll also need a way to drill a hole into the center of the lid.
You'll also need some hot glue, in order to seal the dispenser so it won't leak if you turned the bottle over.
Some of you are thinking that you want to make several of these and give them away as gifts, but that it could get pretty expensive having to purchase containers of soap, just to use the pump. Email us at email@example.com if you're looking for pumps. We are working on listing them in our store right now.
Start by washing your bottle out with some soap and water (this will remove any kind of cloudly look from the glass), then take the lid and drill a hole just large enough to place the stem of the pump down into the jar.
Then, take the pump and place it into the hole, and you will see that the mouth of the pump will completely cover any imperfections in your hole, as it is larger around than the stem/lead.
I take hot glue and shoot it up under the pump cap/mouth and it will seal the pump to the lid. I also use the glue to surround the pump stem on the bottom side of the lid.
What can it be used for?
* Peach/Strawberry syrup to flavor your sweet tea, just like Sonic does it!
* Maple syrup for your pancakes.
And anything that isn't too thick of a substance, and doesn't have thick pieces of filament that will jam the pump.
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